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IMAGE 19560
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Apparent plume rising from Mt. Sanford in the Wrangell mountains east of Glennallen. This is either meteorological, or, the result of an ice/snow fall down the 5,000-foot shear south face of Sanford. Two small plumes also can be seen rising from Mt. Wrangell (right in photo). These are emanating from summit fumaroles.

Date: March 15, 2010 12:00 AM
Volcano(es):Sanford, Wrangell
Photographer/Creator: McCarthy, Suzanne

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